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Halcyon Days Music contains a collection of Early American Music and Vintage Songs from the early 1900s, 1910s and 1920s.

Our archive of vintage music contains a wide assortment of Early American Music and Popular Songs in MIDI music format which you can download and listen to on your computer at home. Each vintage song is accompanied with its vintage sheet music cover and music lyrics.

There's A Girl In Arizona

There's A Girl In Arizona

Year 1913

Words by Clarke and Leslie
Music by Irving Berlin

Harry Williams Music Co.
154 West 46th St.
New York

  First Verse
My heart is yearning, my thoughts are turning, To a mountain side by the Great Divide, Sometimes I feel like I could almost cry, For I'm so unhappy, Here's the reason why.

Second Verse
I feel so lonesome all by my "ownsome" And I know that she feels the same as me, Some day you'll find me on that Western trail, For I'm tired of kissing, Kissing thro' the mail.

Chorus
There's a girl in Arizona, She's so diff'rent from the rest, There's a girl in Arizona, she put the "Gold" in Golden West, I long to press her to my heart and caress her, For I love her, God bless her, My girl of the Golden West.

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My Lonely Lola Lo (In Hawaii)

My Lonely Lola Lo (In Hawaii)

Year 1916

By Stanley Murphy, Arthur Lange and Alfred Solman

Joe Morris Music Co.
145 W. 45th St.
New York

  First Verse
Boola birds are singing out their sweetest tune, In Hawaii Silvry moon is shining on the old lagoon In Hawaii. That's why I love to go with lovin' Lola Lo While we cuddle up in a little canoe.

Second Verse
Banyan trees are softly swaying to and fro, In Hawaii While the cooling South Sea Island breezes blow, In Hawaii That waily wedding tune will ring out mighty soon While I honey moon with my honey in June.

Chorus
Sailing with my lonely Lola Lo, Where the fair Hawaiian lilies grow While she whispers "Don't you go, don't you go, don't you go from lonely Lola Lo. THere's an old Hawaiian wedding tune, Hula hulas love to croon in June, Don't say, "Aloha" it makes me sigh; "Aloha" it means "Goodbye", You'll want to come back, you'll want to come back, To your lonely Lola Lo.

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Down Where The Wurzburger Flows

Down Where The Wurzburger Flows

Year 1902

Words By Vincent Bryan
Music by Harry Von Tilzer

Photo on cover of Edwards and Ronney

Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co.
42 W. 28th Street
New York City

  First Verse
Now poets may sing of dear Fatherland And the soft flowing dreamy old Rhine Beside the Blue Danube in fancy they stand And they rave it's beauties divine But there is a spot where the sun never shines Where mirth and good fellowship reign For dear old Bohemia my lonely heart pines And I long to be there once again.

Second Verse
The Rhine by moonlight's a beautiful sight, When the wind whispers low thro' the vines But give me some good old Rathskellar at night Where the brilliant electric light shines The poets may think it's delightful to hear The nightingale piping his lay Give me a piano a cold stein of beer And a fellow who knows how to play.

Chorus
Take me down, down, down where the Wurzburger flows, flows, flows It goes down, down, down bu nobody knows where it goes Just order two seidels of lager, or three If I don't want to drink it, please forceit me, The Rhine may be fine but a cold stein for mine, Down where the Wurzburger flows.

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